Cornell Develops Model to Study Leptospira interrogans in Horses

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Cornell University researchers have successfully created a model in horses to study infections caused by the bacterium Leptospira interrogans.

In horses, leptospirosis can cause fever, icterus (jaundice), uveitis and recurrent uveitis, abortion, and kidney failure, though clinical signs are variable.

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